Slowdown mainly related to sales of non-durable goods, while continued expansion, albeit at a slower pace, is generally in line with Poles’ robust consumer spending driven by low unemployment and growing wages.
Ranking of fastest growing CEE tech companies led by Lithuania’s Voltas IT includes 31 new entrants reflecting hyper rapid pace of tech sector development in the region.
Reading indicates 4.1% y/y GDP growth in third quarter, mainly on private consumption, while weaker construction performance suggests diminished contribution from investments, ING says.
Polish core inflation came in at 2.4% y/y in September, the National Bank of Poland (NBP) said on October 16.
Poland’s economy will expand 4% in 2019, from 5.1% last year, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said in its latest World Economic Outlook published on October 15.
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Poland’s ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) won the general election, an exit poll showed on October 13. PiS scooped up 43.6% of the vote that should give it another four years with a clear majority in the lower house of the Polish parliament, the Se
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Fall in volume and value of deals revealed in CMS/Mergermarket report is in line with decline seen across Europe as economic slowdown, Brexit uncertainty and global trade wars hit sentiment.
Dramatic rescue by the first openly gay politician to win a parliament seat in Poland might just give the left-wing Lewica coalition some extra points in the general election on October 13.
Slovenian national carrier Adria Airways's decision to file for bankruptcy followed the demises of a series of other European airlines against the underlying trend of an air transport market in the throes of consolidation.
The ruling by the EU’s top court will allow mortgage borrowers to ask Polish courts to convert their loans into the local currency, and is expected to lead to more borrowers taking legal action against banks.
Poland’s energy sector would need €300bn-€400bn for transformation towards carbon-neutrality while the price tag for the entire Polish economy to meet the EU’s climate ambitions could be €700bn-€900bn, Energy Minister Krzysztof Tchorzewski said.
The incoming president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, took an unexpected decision of nominating Hungarian Laszlo Trocsanyi as commissioner for expansion as Hungary increases its influence in the region
While below market expectations, the expansion in August is still in line with Poles’ robust consumer spending that is driven by the good situation on the labour market, low unemployment and growing wages in particular.